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Knox v. SEIU: A Victory for Worker Freedom

OriginalWinghunter Wrote: Jun 30, 2012 11:08 AM
What day was it that Roberts stripped our states sovereignty by denying them the enforcement of their own immigration law?? (Which mirrored the federal law that Obama refuses to enforce.) Somebody call the activist in Malta and tell him to stay where he is - Don't come back.

In the immediate aftermath of its unfortunate Thursday ruling on the constitutionality of the Obama health care law, it’s easy to forget that the Supreme Court gets things right from time to time. A decision one week earlier, on June 21, was such an occasion. And at least part of the nation’s work force is a little freer for it.

The case was Knox et al. v. SEIU Local 1000. The High Court, true to precedent, put the nation’s public-sector unions on notice: Fee-paying nonmember workers under contract can’t be forced to subsidize political causes they don’t like. Ruling 7-2 on...